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Author: Jon Kuzma
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It’s no secret that the Buffalo Bills are trying to move on from Quarterback Tyrod Taylor. Head Coach Sean McDermott actually benched Taylor at one point in the season which sent a clear message about what Taylor’s long term future will look like in Buffalo. With the Bills ready to turn the page on the 28 year old quarterback, that presents an opportunity for some team to trade for the veteran signal caller at a bargain price. One team that has to sure up the QB spot and should be interested in this acquisition is the Arizona Cardinals. Even if the Cardinals are committed to signing a free agent or selecting a QB in the draft. Trading for Taylor will at least give this team another option if those choices don’t pan out. It’s just a smart move to have a couple of competent arms on your roster. To be honest Taylor could be the lead guy and then Arizona could focus on finding back ups for the former Virginia Tech stand out. The vote of confidence it would give Tyrod Taylor by trading for him would also start the journey off on the right foot as well. With a 9,056 yards, 51 touchdowns, and only 18 interceptions it’s clear there’s some substance in Taylor’s game. The question is whether or not he is going to have a team that will at least buy into him being a starting quarterback. The Bills unfairly undermined Tyrod and that’s why he doesn’t want to restructure his contract to help out the team. They treated Taylor so poorly this whole situation has become toxic. Now Arizona needs to step up and go get a player who will make them a better football team. It would certainly a step in the right direction for the Steve Wilks regime.
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